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We loan because...
We see micro lending as a vehicle to change the world. We believe in a giving-model that is empowering, respectful and deliberate. We are sure the outcome of such action will have a significantly powerful impact on social, economic and environmental realities.

We recognise that the opportunity we enjoy in Australia isn't something we're entitled to, and we want to share our good fortune with others.

We loan because it makes us feel good knowing we're making a positive social difference around the world.

We loan because it's an opportunity to start a conversation with our children, friends, co-workers, strangers on the bus and inspire them to the possibilities of what is possible feel how good it is to give.

About us
Our team is YOU!

We are regular people, doing regular things, but with one special characteristic, we believe in social kindness and the positive power of each other. Through daily association with each other and the projects we believe in, we are an ongoing source and consequence of kindness, inspiration, energy and connection.

Location: everywhere!      


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Team Activity

  • Bibiniso
    Bibiniso received a loan from erica to purchase cattle in order to start a business.
    $2,625 to go
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  • Mateo
    Mateo received a loan from Gregory to pay for some medicinal treatments so a young football player will recover his health and be able to have a full performance during the matches.
  • Edixon Yamid
    Edixon Yamid received a loan from Sandra to buy arrobas of sugar, rice, flour, boxes of oil, tuna, among other items.
  • Burmakul
    Burmakul received a loan from Sandra to purchase dairy cows to increase the number of cattle and sales of organic milk.
  • Nazgul
    Nazgul received a loan from Susan to buy dairy cows to increase the volume of milk she sells.
  • Gulzoda
    Gulzoda received a loan from Monique to buy livestock to expand her animal husbandry business and sell more dairy products to her customers.
  • Women's Power Farmers Group
    Sierra Leone
    Women's Power Farmers Group received a loan from Peter to pay for improved seed, organic inputs and tractor rental which will allow these farmers to escape subsistence by farming a larger area with a higher yield.
  • Priscah
    Priscah received a loan from Brian to purchase farm inputs such as nutrient-rich fertilizer and certified seeds to boost her yield and improve her sales.
  • Balguisa
    Burkina Faso
    Balguisa received a loan from Adam to buy 245 bundles of weaving wool, buttons and rubber bands and to save to help her husband pay for their children's school fees.

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